Roger Williams'Dream for America deals with Roger Williams, the founder of Rhode Island. Thoroughly researched, the book examines his obsession to build the Zion that the ancient prophets predicted would flourish in the latterdays. But preventing God from establishing the Holy City, Williams contended, was religious intolerance. The hope of the world was America where the seeds of freedom would be sown, nourished, and disseminated worldwide. Then God would send messengers from heaven who would call living apostles to send missionaries worldwide with their message of salvation. This book explores America's amazing response to Williams' dream that America would be the beacon of freedom and God's center of operations for the redemption of Zion.